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Swirl Records

Swirl Records is an independent label from Adelaide, South Australia. Originally forming in 2015, Swirl Records has been releasing Adelaide bands such as Siamese, Zen Panda, Druid Fluids, Goon Wizarrd + more. As well as releasing bands, Swirl Records puts on their annual festival 'Swirl Fest', bringing local and national bands such as FOAM, Flyying Colours, and Body Type to the Adelaide stage.

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Tapeworm - Temple Five     Rock, Alternative, Indie 03/04/2020
Adelaide singer-songwriter Tom Matheson (Siamese, Big Town) takes on a new form in the shape of 'Tapeworm'.
'Temple Five' was the first song to hit the 'tapeworm' repertoire. Taking influence from acts such as 'Green Buzzard' and 'Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever', 'Temple Five' follows an upbeat space-age feeling, exploring themes of isolation, coding, and love.

Other tracks by Tapeworm:  Soft Wonder  -  Loops
Oopsie Daisy - Grouchland     Alternative, Rock, Psych, Punk 14/03/2020
Emerging from the Adelaide Hills in 2018, Oopsie Daisy have captivated audiences and listeners with their post-punk numbers and idiosyncratic songwriting.
'Grouchland' dwells within a certain kind of darkness. Oopsie Daisy addresses this obscure gloom through fantasy driven analogies and post-punk influenced instrumentation. Sometimes bordering on the psychedelic side, and sometimes bordering on the punk side - but never in the past, only in the present.

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